Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Hot Plasma Display Rentals for a Cold Winter

ICCRents is in Chicago, so we know a thing or two about cold weather. We've also noticed a lot of our clients are trying to get all their plans made and equipment booked for the new year before everything slows down around the holidays. We've got some hot specials to keep you going through the cold winter on plasma display monitor rentals.

If you have a trade show or convention coming up in one of the major convention centers around the nation, then give us a call or submit a quote online about one of our plasma display monitor specials, designed especially for major trade shows and conventions. Our typical package includes a plasma display monitor rental or lcd monitor rental, dual post stand with a shelf to set your dvd player or laptop on, and speakers. In short this is about everything you'll need to get by at your next event and give your booth the boost it needs to draw in new clients. Of course we have the largest inventory of rental equipment in the U.S. should you need more equipment, so don't hesitate to get a hold of us today.

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Friday, September 19, 2008

Big Screen Plasmas


I'm starting to wonder if I am the only one out there who is still rocking the small 19 inch CRT television. You probably recognize what I am talking about - it's the one that looks a lot like the TV's you see stacked in the street to be thrown away, or in a giant heap at the recycling center. It almost weighs more than I do, has some cheap built in speakers that I regularly keep around the 80-90 level just to hear it over the NYC noise all around me. You know it is time to upgrade when your Mom has a better TV than you do, and sadly, that is the case with me.


How come I don't upgrade already to a big screen plasma tv like the ones I see at all the trade shows, exhibits, newspaper advertisements and business lobbies? I am scratching my head and wondering why myself. After all I do work for a company that will rent big screen plasma tv's to businesses all over the place, so maybe I just stare at them too long to realize that when I get home I don't have one. It seems like I see them every Sunday in the newspaper advertisements and all over the internet as discount web specials. And with Football season starting (and my fantasy football league dominating all my friends by the way) I should really be watching the games on bigger and better quality screens. Like the kind of screens that dominate the whole living room big. Maybe if the Raiders make it to the post season I will treat myself (read: very slim odds!)

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